India's L&T awarded 400kV Oman Electricity dealby Neha Bhatia on Mar 23, 2016
The Omani arm of Indian contracting giant, Larsen and Toubro (L&T), has been awarded a power construction deal in the Sultanate.
In a filing to Mumbai bourse Bombay Stock Exchange, L&T said its construction arm has won deals worth $479.7m, of which $106.2m was bagged by its power and transmission business across local and international markets.
L&T Oman received a turnkey order from Oman Electricity Transmission Company for the construction of 400kV reactor transformers and associated works at Sur and Izki substations.
The contractor did not say when this deal was awarded, or reveal additional details about project delivery.
L&T Oman was contracted in January to construct the Sohar Airport in Oman.
Its scope of works under the $93m aviation contract includes the construction of a passenger terminal building, ATC complex, cargo and other service buildings including mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) works, special systems and external works.
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